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A recap of the Championship Weekend (PLENTY OF RAIN)


Clovis Cougars 14 Frontier Titans 3
Because of the rain, the game was suspended in the bottom of the 4th inning and the Cougars leading 4-2. When the game resumed on May 22nd, the Cougars scored 9 runs in the 4th and James Patrick wins his 9 Section Championship (10 overall). WP Zach Jimenez. Noah Beal 2-3, RBI, Koby, Kropf 3-3, RBI, Justin Tiger, HR, Triple, 3 RBI’S


Memorial Panthers 3 Sanger Apaches 2 in 9 innings
Panthers-Matt Alvarez with a walk off RBI single and the Panthers are back to back Division 2 Section Champions. Jayden Jones 8 strong innings, Tanner Sagouspe 2-4, Eddie Saldivar RBI. Apaches- Jake Harrell- 7IP, 1ER, 6H, 6K’s, Alex (A Rod) Rodriguez- Solo HR, Jake Harrell- 2-3, 3B, RBI, SB, Nathan Padilla- 2B, Mason Lopez- Run


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Highland Scots 3 Atascadero Greyhounds 0
WP Isiah Fajardo, 6 IP, 2 H. Save Matthew Miranda. Antoine Cleveland RBI. Griffen Scarry RBI. Joey Vidal 2-3, Run


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Chowchilla Tribe 4 Monache Marauders 1
The Tribe played tremendous defense turning 2 huge double plays. It’s the Tribe’s 1st title since 2008. Austin Hickman with 2 RBI’s


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Liberty Madera Hawks 2 Minarets Mustangs 1
WP Nate Samarin Complete game 4-hitter with 0 walks and knocked in the game winning RBI. Hawks Jakson Bucher, RBI


Bishop Union Broncos 25 Foothill Trojans 2
First Section Championship since 1969 for the Broncos. Cal Omohundro with a 3-run homer and 7 RBI’S



The Scots won more games (29-2) than any team in the Central Section. The Scots were strong with pitching, hitting and defense. The Scots were the team to beat in Division 3 from day one and didn’t get much respect in the playoff seedings getting a No 3 seed. The Pag Meter had the Scots the No 1 seed and they took care of business with a great team effort from Top to Bottom. The D3 Section Champions can play with anybody in the section and beat Atascadero 3-0 in the Championship game


The Cougars played a very tough schedule and it all came together right around Easter. Even though the Cougars didn’t win the Fresno Easter Classic and it’s because they were out of pitching, you just knew they were the team to beat heading into the playoffs. The pitching and offense all came together and it was great to see a team play so well together!
The Cougars are the Central Section Champions for the 9th time in school history and Legend Coach James Patrick goes out a winner!


DARRIEN MILLER, Senior, Clovis Cougars
The best aggressive hitter in the Central Section and one of the best in the state. They put Darrien in the leadoff spot and the offense took off. Big D came through with so many big hits when the game was on the line. I love watching DM hit because he swings it like a big league hitter. Darrien was the team leader behind the plate and was a big part of the Cougars winning the Central Section. Darrien finished the year hitting .398, with 0 errors behind the plate with a great arm and the next stop he will be playing for the Milwaukee Brewers organization because he was drafted in the 9th round. Darrien is a big time left handed hitter and the Brewers know that!!


JAKE HARRELL, Senior, Sanger Apaches
The CMAC Pitcher of the year and he had one heck of a senior year finishing with a 12-1 record, (School Record for most wins) 0.65 ERA, 143 Strikeouts (School Record). Tied Tony Herron with the most Strikeouts in 7 inning game with 18 K’s. At the plate Jake hit .457, 12 Doubles, 3 Triples, 1 HR, & 25 RBI’s. Jake got drafted in the 39th round by the Indians but the next stop will be at Fresno State



He played with power and speed leading the Broncos to the Division 6 Championship. He hit .656 with 41 RBI’s, 13 doubles, 7 triples and 2 Home Runs. Michael would be an All Star on any team in the Central Section because he can flat out swing it

Next stop will be playing for the New Jersey IT Highlanders

JAMES PATRICK, Clovis Cougars
What a way to finish the greatest High School Coaching career ever by winning the final game!! That is movie stuff in the makings. At the beginning of the year James did what James does, plays a very tough schedule and doesn’t show his hand on what kind of team he has. …..James said ”we are not very good, we can’t hit or pitch”. RIGHT!!
The Cougars got it rolling and James Patrick won his 10th Central Section Championship (9 at Clovis) and finishes as the all time wins leader with 756 wins. That record might never be touched!!!


BRADY HORMEL, Senior, Buchanan Bears
Brady will go down as one of the greatest Buchanan Bear hitters ever! Brady was a clutch hitting machine for 3 years. Probably had more walk off game winning hits than any Bear ever! He always got the best stuff from every pitcher he faced. This year Brady hit .371 in the tough TRAC and a lifetime .390 hitter. Next stop will be Nevada and the Wolf Pack will love the Brady Bunch fire he brings to every game!


BROCK JONES, Senior, Buchanan Bears
One of the best Center fielders in the Country. Yes Country!! Brock can flat out go get it with his blazing speed. Brock hit .346, .400 in the TRAC and he still hasn’t reached his full potential at the plate yet. When he does……Watch out!!
Next stop for the 2019 B’nai B’rith Student Athlete of the Year Award winner will be playing Football and baseball at Stanford

JACOB TOBIAS, Sophomore, Liberty Patriots
A star is born with the Liberty Patriots. Jacob had one of the best sophomore years in south valley history hitting .454, with 13 doubles, 8 Home Runs and 47 RBI’s. By the time Jacob graduates he will have some huge numbers!!


MAC DALENA, Junior, Memorial Panthers
What a story this is!! Mac couldn’t play baseball last year because he had shoulder surgery. Mac worked his tail off, had a fantastic junior football season (Pag Meter All Star), and then was ready for baseball. If Mac doesn’t have a big year, the Panthers don’t win the division 2 Section Championship. It’s that simple! Mac was the Panthers spark plug that played a tremendous Center field and at the plate he was a clutch hitter hitting .391 with 28 stolen bases.
Can Mac play football at the next level? HECK YES! Can Mac play baseball at the next level? HECK YES! Sky’s the limit for Big Mac and he has verbally committed to play Football at Fresno State. Mac’s senior year will be off the charts!!


TANNER SAGOUSPE, Sophomore, Memorial Panthers
The next 2 years the Panthers are in great shape and leading the way is Sagouspe who Hit .430 with 38 RBI’S. Tanner was 2nd in the Pag Meter Underclassmen of the year. The Panthers have a No 3 hitter set for the next 2 years

KOBE SILVA, Senior, Frontier Titans
Tremendous 3 year career for the Titans hitting .410. This year Kobe Hit .406 with 5 Home Runs, 9 doubles, 36 RBI’s. He hit 13 home runs for his career and played outstanding 3rd base. Next stop will be Cal State Bakersfield

STEPHEN DEAN, Senior, Mt Whitney Pioneers
He gets the unlucky pitcher award for the year. Dean pitched in so many games with no offensive help. He threw 68 innings with a 0.92 ERA. 2 shutouts and was the WYL Co-pitcher of the year

CARMELO HERNANDEZ, Senior, Nipomo Titans
Senior leader was a tough out hitting .462, 11 doubles, 4 homers and drove in 31 runs

AARON HALL, Senior, Minarets Mustangs
One of the best to ever play at Minarets. Aaron was the winning pitcher in the greatest upset in Central Section history when division 5 Minarets beat the No 1 team in the Central Section at the time, Clovis North 6-2. Aaron can also swing it with power. Next stop will be playing and attending West Point

RILEY COOPER, Junior, Clovis North Broncos
One of the best lefty’s in the state. Riley will come into the 2020 season as the leader in the club house for Pag Meter Pitcher of the year. His junior year he went 8-1 with a 1.61 ERA in 72 innings. Riley broke the single season school record for strikeouts with 95 breaking his record from last year at 91. For his career, Riley has struck out 256 batters

EDDIE SALDIVAR, Sophomore, Memorial Panthers
When Eddie is a senior, he might just be the best player in the Central Section. He has so much potential and this year he hit .352, 7 doubles, 35 RBI’S and one of the best defensive 2nd baseman’s in the section. Eddie has verbally committed to play at Long Beach State and they are getting a good one

MATTHEW MIRANDA, Senior, Highland Scots
The ace and closer went 9-2, 54 IP with 60 K’s. At the plate he hit .386 with 27 RBI’s for the Division 3 Section Champions

HUNTER BRYAN, Senior, Redwood Rangers
The WYL Player of the Year was one of the best players in the Section pitching and hitting. Hunter was drafted by the Rangers in the 31st round and the next stop will be at Fresno State. Hunter earned the MVP award in the 59th Annual Exeter Lions Club East/West All-Star baseball game after crushing a Home Run. The Dogs are getting a good one that hit over .400 and has a fastball 90-93 mph

JAKE KING, Senior, Buchanan Bears
Jake was runner up for Pag Meter Player of the year. Hit .394, with 5 Home Runs, 1 Triple, 3 Doubles and 26 RBI’s. The hard throwing right hander went 2-1 with a 0.47 ERA. Next stop for the TRAC Player of the Year will be at UC Irvine

NICK SALAS Senior, Highland Scots
Nick was a hard nose player for the Division 3 Section Champions. He Hit .470, with 12 doubles, 3 triples, 1 home run, 26 stolen bases and 34 RBI’s

ALEC FLORES, Senior, Sanger Apaches
Big year on the hill for the best Apaches team in school history. Alec went 8-4 with a 1.87 ERA. 75 innings pitched with 99 strikeouts. Alec was a big money pitcher all year long

JUARON WATTS-BROWN, Junior, Hanford Bullpups
The WYL Co-pitcher threw in 44 inning with a 1.88 ERA. He will come into 2020 as one of the top pitchers in the state

AARON CANTU, Senior, Caruthers Blue Raiders
The Blue Raiders ace had a 1.24 ERA in 73 innings with 102 K’s. At the plate he hit .390 with 22 RBI’S with 7 doubles

RICARDO RODRIGUEZ, Senior, Nipomo Titans
The Titans ace went 10-2 with a 1.15 ERA. The strike thrower only walked 12 in 79 innings

GAVIN MANCHA, Senior, Central Grizzlies
One of the best hitters in the TRAC and that’s saying a lot. Gavin was the Grizzlies igniter. Gavin came up with so many clutch hits for the young Grizzlies and they will miss his leadership

CALEB DULAY, Junior, Righetti High Warriors
The Warriors ace can pitch! He helped win the Mountain League Championship and almost got the Warriors to Fresno State in the Championship game. Caleb finished with a perfect 10-0 record, an outstanding 0.55 ERA. The Warriors will be ready for 2020 with their stud on the Hill!

NOAH BEAL, Senior, Clovis Cougars
Had a tremendous 2nd half of the year. He hit .356, 2 Home runs, with 19 RBI’s playing the toughest schedule. Noah finished with a 7-2 record on the hill and also fired an 8 inning No-hitter vs Clovis West. Noah will come into 2020 as one of the best pitchers in the state and has verbally committed to play at UNLV

RILEY CREECH, Junior, El Diamante Miners
Outstanding junior year and turned into the Miners ace going 5-0 with a 1.59 ERA

KADE SHEEDY, Senior, Stockdale Mustangs
When you played Stockdale, you just hoped that Kade wasn’t pitching because the Mustangs can beat anybody when he’s on the hill. Kade was the team leader on a very young Mustangs team. He went 4-1 with a 1.80 ERA, striking out 63 in 35 innings. At the plate he hit .403 with 8 doubles and 5 home runs. Next stop for the Mustangs ace and he will stay a Mustang playing for the Cal Poly Mustangs

ISAAC AYON, Junior, Buchanan Bears
He quietly had a fantastic year for the Bears and will be the ace in 2020 after going 8-0 with a 1.43 ERA. With all the Bears stars, all Isaac did was go out and had one heck of a junior year

KALEB DICKEY, Sophomore, Liberty Patriots
A huge bat for the Patriots hitting .433 with 8 doubles, 9 Home Runs and 46 RBI’s. Watchout for the Patriots the next 2 years

JT FRIESEN, Senior, Immanuel Eagles
The senior ace had one heck of an Eagles career. This year finishing 8-3 with a 1.00 ERA in 77 innings and overall he won 21 games in 3 years

KARSON SIMAS, Senior, Clovis West Golden Eagles
Karson has one of the nicest swings you will ever find. One of the best shortstops in the section and one of the best pitchers but an injury kept him from pitching this year. He hit .389 with 10 doubles. Karson was drafted in the 25th round by the Boston Red Sox and he will sign very soon so best of luck to Karson!

CORBIN YAWS, Junior, Taft Wildcats
Led the Central Section with the most wins (11-1) and finished with a 1.42 ERA. Watch out for his senior year because Corbin will be one of the top pitchers in the Section

CAL OMOHUNDRO, Senior, Bishop Union Broncos
Monster senior year in helping the Broncos with the Division 6 Section Championship. He hit .596 with 11 doubles, 3 triples, 2 homers, and knocked in 39 runs. In the D6 Championship game, Cal hit a 3-run homer and knocked in 7 runs

BROOKS LEE, Senior, San Luis Obispo Tigers
The outstanding Tigers shortstop that hit .405 with 25 RBI’s. Brooks signed a National Letter of Intent last November to play for Cal Poly, told the MLB to not draft him because he was going to SLO. Still got drafted in the 35th round. He turned down multiple $3 million dollar offers and will honor his commitments to play for his Pops at Cal Poly

TYLER PARKER, Clovis East T Wolves
The T Wolves ace got better and better every week. Tyler had outstanding control finishing with a 2.39 ERA in 63 innings and had to pitch in the tough TRAC

AUSTIN PUSKARIC, Senior, Frontier Titans
The Titans ace was the real deal. He went 6-2 with a 1.43 ERA, 78 innings with 81 K’s

WILL SPRINGER, Senior, Sierra Pacific Golden Bears
One of the best pitchers in the Central Section and had to shut it down just before the playoffs started with an arm injury. He will go down as the best player in Golden Bears history. Will went 7-1 with a 1.73 ERA. 48 innings with 80 strikeouts. In his career he went 37-7. Next stop will be Fresno State

AUSTIN HICKMAN, Senior, Chowchilla Tribe
The North Sequoia League MVP and Tribe ace helped the Tribe win the Division 4 Section Championship. He went 8-3 record with a 1.34 ERA. 74 strikeouts in 73.1 innings. At the plate he hit .410, with 7 doubles and 23 RBI’s
JARRETT BRANNEN, Senior, Bakersfield Drillers
The senior leader hit .459, 4 homers and knocked in 25 RBI’s. Pitching, he threw 72 innings and went 8-3

ALEX (A Rod) Rodriguez, Senior, Sanger Apaches
The Apaches clutch hitter all year long and one of the best Apaches in a while. Ho hit .425 with 11 doubles, 2 triples, 4 home runs, scored 25 runs and knocked in 32 runs

NATE MARROQUIN, Junior, Tulare Western Mustangs
One of the fastest players in the Central Section. He broke the school record for stolen bases with 27 and scored 27 runs. The future New Mexico State commit hit .387 with 15 RBI’s. It’s great to see that Nate will be playing football this fall and it will make him even a better baseball player. Watch out for a huge senior year!!

CAMERON BROWN, Junior, Fresno High Warriors
Huge year for the NYL Champions hitting .418 with 7 doubles, 15 stolen bases, 1 home run, and knocked in 19 runs

NOAH GALVAN, Junior, Clovis West Golden Eagles
The Golden Eagles ace will be ready for a big senior year. He went 6-2 with a 1.63 ERA and with an off season of weight training…the sky’s the limit for Noah!

ROMAN ROSALES, Senior, Immanuel Eagles
What a year hitting and pitching. At the plate Roman hit .431 with 5 doubles, 9 doubles and 36 RBI’s. On the hill he went 8-1 with a 0.84 ERA, 94 K’s in 58 innings

NATHANIEL SAMARIN, Senior, Liberty Madera Hawks
The winning pitcher in the championship game for the back to back Division 5 Section Champions. He fired a 4-hitter with 0 walks and knocked in the game winning RBI. Nathaniel finished the year with a 2.71 ERA and hit .394 with 36 RBI’s

BEN PEDERSON, Senior, Tulare Union Tribe
One of the best Tulare pitchers in a LONG time. Big Ben finished his senior year with a 1.67 ERA. in 46 innings he struck out 64 batters. At the plate he .323 with 5 doubles and 2 Home Runs

CHASE SCHELLENGER, Senior, Liberty Madera Hawks
Chase would be an All Star in any league in the section. The Pag Meter back to back All star was the Hawks Closer and hit .442 with 12 doubles, 3 triples in helping the Hawks win back to back division 5 section championships

T J FONDTAIN, Senior, Buchanan Bears
He came into his senior year as a big time power pitcher. The Bears ace went 8-1 with a 1.75 ERA. 56 innings with 58 K’s. In 2 years, TJ went 14-2 and the next stop will be playing at San Diego State

JAYKOB ACOSTA, Senior, Exeter Monarchs
The Central Sequoia league Player of the Year had an outstanding career for the Monarchs. The Ace finished with a 1.32 ERA. At the plate he hit .406, with 6 doubles, 4 triples, 20 stolen bases, 3 homers and 36 RBI’s

ISIAH FAJARDO, Junior, Highland Scots
Outstanding junior year hitting .484 with 18 doubles, and 36 stolen bases. On the hill he went 4-0 with a crazy 0.77 ERA. In the Championship game, he went 6 innings with a 2-hit shutout

CODY WOOLSEY, Senior, Chowchilla Tribe
One of the best athletes and was also the Tribes QB.Cody Helped lead the Tribe to the Division 4 Section Championship. North Sequoia Utility Player of the Year hit .432 batting average, 18 RBI, 20 runs, 6 doubles and 1 home run

DANIEL PEREZ, Senior, Porterville Panthers
The EYL Player of the Year hit .446 with 8 doubles and 19 walks

COOPER BENSON, Senior, San Luis Obispo Tigers
The Tigers ace went 9-3 with a 0.59 ERA for the hard throwing lefty. At the plate he hit .364. Next stop will be at Cal Poly

JESHUA GUTIERREZ, Senior, Firebaugh Eagles
Monster year hitting .434 with 15 big doubles, 2 triples, 1 homer and 33 RBI’s

JOHNNY SOLORIO, Junior, Riverdale Cowboys
He would be an All Star in any league! The West Sequoia Offensive Player of the Year hit .500, 25 runs, 15 RBI, 10 doubles, 1 triple, and 25 stolen bases. His senior year will be off the charts in football and baseball

ROBBY STEVENSON, Senior, Woodlake Tigers
Injuries throughout his Tigers career slowed him a bit but he finished strong. One of the best and talented players in the Section that hit .545 and his ERA was 1.49, 51 innings pitched with 77 K’s. The next stop for the Nephew of Woodlake legend and Major leaguer Ron Robinson will be at Fresno City College

WILS GUY, Senior, San Luis Obispo Tigers
The outstanding senior second baseman had one heck of a year hitting .511 with 26 RBIs and played great defense. Wils led the Central Section in stolen bases with 52

BRONSON CHAMBERLIN, Senior, Redwood Rangers
Outstanding career for the Rangers hitting over .400. Bronson was clutch for the Rangers in sooooo many game

WADE FROEHLICH, Senior, Liberty Patriots
The team leader behind the plate that hit .424 with 10 doubles, 3 homers, scored 29 runs and knocked in 26 runs

JORDAN PEREZ, Senior, Fresno High Warriors
The NYL Player Of The Year was the big time Warriors ace that pitched in all the big games for the NYL Champions. He went 12-1 on the year with a 0.23 ERA. 146 strikeouts with only 5 walks!! Now that’s an ACE!!!

MASON MUSGRAVE, Junior, Riverdale Cowboys
The Cowboys ace can flat out pitch and watch out for his senior year! He finished the year with a 0.60 year in 46 innings with 79 strikeouts. At the plate he hit .356 with 7 doubles, 5 triples, scored 27 runs, 27 stolen bases and knocked in 20 runs

BRET CARRELL, Senior, Memorial Panthers
He leaves with 2 Division 2 Section Championship rings and hit .424

JACK KAISER, Sophomore, Stockdale Mustangs
Jack is the next Mustangs star that has a ton of potential leading the team with 22 RBI’s. He hit .315 with 5 doubles

MIKE MCKERNAN, Senior, Mt Whitney Pioneers
One of the best defensive center fielders with a cannon for an arm. Hit .382 with 7 doubles and 26 walks

ETHAN WENTER, Senior, Selma Bears
The Bears ace went 6-1 with 1.22 ERA, At the plate he hit .349 with 5 doubles, 4 triples and 15 walks

NIKAYHA CASTRO, Senior, Madera Coyotes
The Coyotes ace went 8-3 with a 1.95 ERA in 75 innings pitched

LOGUN CLARK, Freshman, Taft Wildcats
A star is born and will be one of the best for the next 3 years. He hit .524 with 14 doubles and 27 RBI’s

CHRIS ORTEGA, Senior, Clovis North Broncos
Tremendous power for the Broncos 3rd basemen. Hit .326 with 20 RBI’s and 2 Homers

JAKE BAKER, Senior, Bakersfield Drillers
The speedy Drillers outfielder with 29 stolen bases. He hit .407 with 18 RBI’s

MATT ALVAREZ, Senior, Memorial Panthers
Hit .345, with 6 doubles and 22 RBI’s. Got the big walk off game winning hit in the Division 2 Section Championship game for the back to back Champions

JUNIOR CASAS, Junior, Arvin Bears
Hit .439 with 23 RBI’S, 15 stolen bases, 4 doubles and 3 triples

PARKER RENTERIA, Junior, Fowler Redcats
West Sequoia League Pitcher of the Year

TYLER DAVIS, Junior, Memorial Panthers
One of the best defensive 3rd baseman’s in the Central Section with only 2 errors all year long. Hit .356 with 5 doubles, 3 triples and 26 RBI’S

VINNIE ESTRADA, Senior, Corcoran Panthers
Hit .413 with 14 doubles, 27 RBI’s and 3 Home Runs

MIGUEL “Miggy” ORTIZ, Senior, Buchanan Bears
Hit 5 Home Runs , with 5 doubles and 26 RBI’s. Next stop will be Cal St Fullerton

NICK ALVARADO, Junior, Mission Oak Hawks
Hit .377, 5 doubles, 2 Home Runs with 19 RBI’s

CALEB DOBBS, Senior, Wasco Tigers
South Sequoia League Player of the Year hit .388, with 14 doubles and 18 RBI’s

HERMAN LUNA, Sophomore, Corcoran Panthers
1.71 ERA with an 8-2 record. 53 IP with 73 K’s. At the plate he had 24 RBI’s with 9 Doubles

TYLER HINKLEY, Senior, Mt Whitney Pioneers
Outstanding defensive 2nd baseman. Hit .382 with 6 doubles

CARSON PIMENTAL, Sophomore, CVC Cavaliers
Hit .403 and scored 23 runs with 7 doubles

AARON CORE, Junior, Boron Bobcats
Hit .589 with 30 RBI’s and 27 stolen bases

NOLAN INOUYE, Junior, Clovis North Broncos
Hit .386 with 7 doubles and leading the team with 26 RBI’s

DEREK WOOD, Senior, Immanuel Eagles
Outstanding senior year hitting .454 with 20 stolen bases and scored 41 runs

SPENCER MORRIS, Senior, CVC Cavaliers
1.77 ERA in 63 innings playing in the tough CSL

TJ MARTINEZ, Junior, Tulare Western Mustangs
Came up big plenty of times and knocked in 20 runs with 5 doubles and 1 Home Run

KAI YOUNG, Sophomore, Fresno High Warriors
Hit .380 with 8 doubles, and knocked in 20 runs

ROBERT ROBSON, Senior, Boron Bobcats
Hit .556 with 22 RBI’s, and 7 doubles

BROCK HANSEN, Senior, Corcoran Panthers
Hit .395 with 26 RBI’s, 10 doubles, 4 triples and a Homer

GRIFFIN SCHMIDT, Senior, Fresno Christian Eagles
The City-County All Star is one heck of a football and baseball player. He hit .429 with 7 doubles, 3 triples, 2 homers and 30 RBI’s

AJ HODGERNEY, Junior, Clovis East T Wolves
AJ will come into 2020 as the T Wolves team leader and one of the best outfielders in the section

TANNER LARSON, Senior, Buchanan Bears
The Quarterback behind the plate who took charge of a very good pitching staff and always came up with a big clutch hit

LEYTON BECK, Senior, Bullard Knights
One of the best and speedy outfielders in the section. The City-County and CMAC All Star hit .360 with 3 doubles

KRIS ANGLIN, Junior, Frontier Titans
He will be the 2020 ace after going 6-3 with a 3.18 ERA. The lefty threw 55 innings and struck out 90 batters

THOMAS DELGADO, Senior, Kerman Lions
Senior leader hitting .386 with 6 doubles and 29 RBI’s. Also had a 1.75 ERA in 32 innings

MARK TOPOOZIAN, Senior, Bullard Knights
Outstanding senior year hitting and pitching. He hit .321 with 7 doubles, 20 RBI’s and went 4-2 with 2.57 ERA

ABRAHAM GRIMES, Senior, Rosamond Roadrunners
Hit .476 with 12 doubles and 35 RBI’s

ANTHONY CLARK, Sophomore, Fresno High Warriors
The future Warriors ace went 8-2 with a 1.37 ERA

KYLE LANGSTON, Junior, Bakersfield Christian Eagles
Watchout for the Eagles in 2020 because almost everybody is coming back including Kyle who hit .422 with 13 doubles, 3 triples, 1 homer and 28 RBI’s. He also threw 69 innings with a 2.23 ERA

BRADY ZAVORAK, Sophomore, Bullard Knights
Will be one of the best shortstops in the section the next 2 years. Brady hit .377 with 15 Stolen bases

JORDAN SMITH, Senior, Memorial Panthers
Top catcher in the CMAC and hit .384 with 5 doubles

ALEX OTIVEROS, Senior, St. Joseph Knights
The Knights Ace finished with a 1.58 ERA

NOAH MUNOZ, Junior, Porterville Panthers
The Panthers ace threw 77 innings with a 2.27 ERA

MANUEL CHAVEZ, Junior, Highland Scots
Will be the Top Scot player in 2020 after hitting .429 with 9 doubles and 29 RBI’s

MILO VILIALOBOS, Junior, Bakersfield Christian Eagles
Very good year hitting and pitching. He hit 12 doubles and led the team in RBI’s with 32. Pitching he went 3-2 with a 2.38 ERA in 47 innings

RICKY INIGUEZ, Senior, Nipomo Titans
The senior shortstop hit .449 and drove in 21 runs

MICHAEL GARABEDIAN, Senior, Clovis West Golden Eagles
The spark plug for the Golden Eagles for a pretty young team. One of the best defensive outfielders and playing in the tough TRAC. A Valedictorian and team leader always came up big in clutch situations. The City-County All Star ripped 8 doubles, 10 stolen bases and scored 17 runs in league play

SAM BLANCO, Senior, Fresno High Warriors
Hit 389 with 9 doubles, 5 triples, 1 home run and 19 RBI’s

MILES HENDERSON, Junior, Clovis Cougars
His senior year will be outstanding! Miles hit .356 with 26 hits, 4 doubles, 12 runs scored and 15 RBI’s. On the hill, the closer was 7 for 7 in saves for the Central Section Champions with a 1.48 ERA

DEVON DANIEL, Freshmen, Kerman Lions
Lions ace for the next 3 years after finishing his freshman year with a 6-3 record, 0.56 ERA in 59 innings and 81 Strikeouts

SUTTON TOMPKINS, Senior, Righetti High Warriors
Senior leader behind the plate, hit 2 homers, 6 doubles and knocked in 17 runs

ASHER GALLEGOS, Senior, Tulare Union Tribe
The 3-year captain will be missed and was one of the best defensive catchers in the Central Section. Did not make an error the entire year!

AUGGIE CASTRO,Senior, Coalinga Horned Toads
The Team leader hit .508 with 11 doubles, 4 home runs and knocked in 22 runs

BRAYAN NUNEZ, Sophomore, Santa Maria Saints
hit .478 and had just one error all year long

ZACH JIMENEZ, Senior, Clovis Cougars
TRENT TOMPKINS, Senior, Central Grizzlies
SAM SWEARENGIN, Freshmen, Fresno Christian Eagles
BRADY SALYARDS, Junior, Stockdale Mustangs
JULIAN VARGAS, Junior, Exeter Monarchs
ISAIAH CLARK, Senior, Mendota Aztecs
JUSTIN TIGER, Senior, Clovis Cougars
CASON BROWNELL, Junior, Clovis North Broncos
SETH CARROLL, Junior, Frazier Mountain Falcons
JOSIAH PENBERTHY, Senior, Clovis Cougars
ANTOINE CLEVELAND, Sophomore, Highland Scots
MARCO GALAVIZ, Senior, Hoover Patriots
WILLIAM REECE, Junior, Strathmore Spartans
AUSTIN BENO, Sophomore, El Diamante Miners
ADRIAN MORALES, Senior, Washington Union Panthers
JALEN GRAY, Senior, Madera South Stallions
DYLAN BEAVERS, Senior, Mission Prep Royals
BROCK RUIZ, Senior, Dos Palos Broncos
JACKSON VAN ROEKEL, Senior, Taft Wildcats
OWEN BAZZAR, Junior, Yosemite Badgers
AARON CORE, Junior, Boron Bobcats
MATTHEW MATHIS, Senior, Clovis East T Wolves
BRADY CROW, Senior, Clovis North Broncos
ISAIAH GASTELUM, Junior, Selma Bears
QUIGLEY ESPINOLA, Sophomore, Righetti Warriors
GORDON VAUGHAN, Senior, Clovis West Golden Eagles
J.T. HAMMER, Senior, Fowler Redcats
ANDREW SOLIS, Senior, Orange Cove Titans
CARSON EVANS, Senior, Clovis Cougars
KADIN BYRNE, Senior, Arroyo Grande Eagles
BRYSON JOB, Junior, Boron Bobcats
CARLOS LOPEZ, Senior, East Blades
SEAN MORAN, Senior, Ridgeview Wolf Pack
AMARI BAKER, Junior, Mission Prep Royals
MARCELINO VITOLAS, Senior, McLane Highlanders
NICK PERRYMAN, Sophomore, Independence Falcons
AVIRAM RAMIREZ, Sophomore, Firebaugh Eagles
BRIAN ROACH, Senior, Exeter Monarchs
GAVYN SIEFERT, Junior, Ridgeview Wolf Pack
ANDREW SOLIS, Senior, Orange Cove Titans
JUSTIN TIGER, Senior, Clovis Cougars
JACKSON VAN ROEKEL, Senior, Taft Wildcats
CHRIS WARD, Senior,Yosemite Badgers
ELISEO CONTRERAS, Senior, Orcutt Academy Spartans
JD ORTIZ, Senior, Buchanan Bears
CHRIS PUGA, Senior, Caruthers Blue Raiders
MARCELO SALDANA, Senior, Buchanan Bears
FERNANDO MONTOYA III, Senior, Roosevelt Rough Riders
NILEN PEOPLES, Senior, Bullard Knights
VINCENT JOHNSON Senior, Pioneer Valley Panthers
JUSTICE GIBBONS, Senior, Templeton Eagles
NIKKO RANGEL, Junior, Bullard Knights
JAKE STEELS, Junior, Righetti High Warriors
BOBBY STALEY, Junior, Caruthers Blue Raiders
BEN SANDOVAL, Senior, Pioneer Valley Panthers
KADIN BYRNE, Senior, Arroyo Grande Eagles
SHANE PURSELL, Senior, Madera Coyotes
STEVEN PALERMO, Senior, Fresno High Warriors
JUSTIN TRIMBLE, Senior, Arroyo Grande Eagles
JAKE SANDERS, Senior, Clovis Cougars
ROBERT ROBSON, Senior, Boron Bobcats
KAI JANOWICZ, Senior, Mission Prep Royals
GAVIN VANGRONIGEN, Junior, Sierra Pacific Golden Bears

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